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Nvidia's Bull Run May Continue, But Micron Is A Better Pick

Jan. 04, 2022 11:56 PM ETMicron Technology, Inc. (MU), NVDA108 Comments
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Kennan Mell


  • Nvidia and Micron are two semiconductor giants, but Nvidia has been a better performer and a more popular stock lately.
  • Although Nvidia's semiconductors are irreplaceable, their past growth rate appears unsustainable.
  • On the other hand, Micron's bull run could just be getting started, and its growth is becoming less cyclical.

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Both NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NASDAQ:NVDA) and Micron (NASDAQ:NASDAQ:MU) are semiconductor giants benefiting from strong growth trends in data centers, self-driving cars, and other high tech fields. From a purely business perspective, Nvidia's capital-light operations and

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Kennan is a software engineer who enjoys reading and writing about investing. He's received job offers from all of the famous FAMG companies, and graduated cum laude from the Paul Allen School of Computer Science at the University of Washington. Although not an investor by training, he believes that his technical knowledge gives him a unique edge when analyzing high tech companies and finding investment opportunities for a long term time horizon.

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